I took these photos earlier this week during a visit to Slough, unfortunately I was rushed for time so I only managed to photograph a few of Slough's clocks.
Slough is located west of London and is a 15 minute train journey from Paddington Station. The town centre is undergoing a major redevelopment. My walk from the station to my meeting was a maze of diversions around many different construction sites. I'm sure it will be 'amazing' when complete!
The restuarant is an authentic pakistani restaurant situated in Salthill park in Slough.
I have no idea what clock this is. I spotted the clock in the distance and took a photo. (also has the wrong time)
I have a theory: the more clocks an area has the wealthier it is. This certainly holds true for the city of London. In the square mile of the city I've never seen so many clocks, and most of them work!
Slough's Town centre has it's fair share of clocks, all though a number of them have the wrong time :(
Maybe with a bit of research I'll be able to come up with a graph mapping a city's wealth to the number of working clocks :)